International Task Force Notes Use of Cryptocurrencies in Financial Crime
Tax authorities from five different nations are coming together to combat international financial crimes, with a focus on cryptocurrencies.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration failed to adequately police its undercover agents’ handling of cryptocurrency, a Department of Justice Inspector General report found.
It's a new twist on an old scam: Someone pretending to represent a major media company will approach a small business offering to write about them… for a price, this time in crypto.
Finland's customs agency plans to sell nearly 2,000 bitcoins agents seized in drug raids.
Spanish police authorities are raising the alarm because a recent criminal case involved the use of bitcoin ATMs, making their jobs more difficult.
A Chinese city has recently cracked a cryptocurrency-traded gambling case and confiscated over $1.5 million worth of cryptocurrencies.